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CIMNE’S SimTwins wins at BSC Innovation Journey

Date: December 15, 2023

CIMNE’s Digital Twins Innovation sets a new industrial benchmark within eFlows4HPC framework

The eFlows4HPC project proudly celebrates the SimTwins team’s victory in the BSC Innovation Journey competition, marking a significant milestone for the European High-Performance Computing (HPC) ecosystem. Led by CIMNE’s team—Sebastian Ares de Parga, Riccardo Rossi, Ruben Zorrilla, and Carlos Roig—SimTwins has harnessed the collaborative spirit and cutting-edge innovation of eFlows4HPC.

SimTwins focuses on the integration of computational mechanics with machine learning to create highly accurate digital replicas of physical systems, improving predictive capabilities and operational efficiency in various industries. As an integral part of eFlows4HPC, SimTwins has adeptly utilized HPC to pioneer advancements in industrial applications, embodying the project’s vision to integrate HPC simulations with data analytics and machine learning. This achievement not only showcases the project’s commitment to technological excellence but also solidifies its role in fostering cooperative European research emphasizing its impact.

SimTwins’ success is a celebration of eFlows4HPC’s mission to deliver adaptive, efficient workflows and the promise of HPC Workflows as a Service (HPCWaaS), setting a precedent for the project’s continued impact on Industry 4.0 and beyond.

“SimTwins, orchestrated by CIMNE’s KRATOS team, exemplifies the eFlows4HPC initiative’s drive for innovation, meshing computational mechanics with machine learning to usher in a new era of industrial efficiency and predictive precision. Their victory in the BSC Innovation Journey Award marks a significant milestone in harnessing digital twin technology to transform the future of industries.”, says Riccardo Rossi, eFlows4HPC partner from CIMNE.

For more details on SimTwins’ accomplishment and the future endeavors of eFlows4HPC, visit

The SimTwins team, together with Jordi Jiménez from CIMNE’s Technology Transfer Unit (second left), at the award ceremony